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Churchill to reduce its consumption of single-use plastic

Support services provider, Churchill Group, is set to dramatically reduce its single-use plastic consumption by introducing a range of recyclable cleaning products. The new products, which have been developed in partnership with Jangro, will replace Churchill’s top five cleaning products. ...

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SWC wins first major contract in the Midlands

Specialist Window Cleaning (SWC), the window cleaning arm of Incentive FM Group, has expanded its portfolio to the Midlands, having won a contract to provide a range of services at The Cube, a 25 storey mixed-use development in the centre ...

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Noise pollution is a big cause of dissatisfaction in the modern workplace

Noise in the workplace is having a negative impact on the wellbeing of employees and impacting significantly on their productivity, according to a major new survey. In a survey of 1,000 UK-based office workers, 65 per cent reported that noise ...

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FSI to provide CAFM / IWMS services to CeX

Facilities management software provider, FSI, has announced CeX has selected its Concept Evolution CAFM / IWMS for the management of its stores throughout the UK and Ireland. CeX, established in 1992 from the We Buy Group, is a second hand goods ...

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CleanEvent Services scores at QPR

Venue cleaning and support services specialist, CleanEvent Services, has won a three-year cleaning services deal with Queens Park Rangers FC. The contract covers a full range of cleaning and associated services at the club’s Loftus Road Stadium in London W12 and ...

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Interserve issues statement regarding deleveraging plan

The Interserve Board has confirmed it has been in discussions with majority shareholder, Coltrane Asset Management, and its lenders, which have sought to establish the basis on which Coltrane would support the company’s restructuring proposal. On Monday (4 March) Interserve announced ...

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Businesses urged to place more emphasis on ‘social value’ to secure Government contracts

Businesses who want to secure future government contracts are being urged to show they can also help improve society by tackling issues such as modern slavery and climate change. During yesterday’s Social Value Summit in London,  the government launched a ...

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VINCI Facilities awarded DfE FM contract

VINCI Facilities has won a four-year facilities management contract with the Department for Education (DfE). The contract will be administered by LocatED, the government-owned property company, responsible for buying and developing sites in England for the DfE free schools programme. ...

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FMJ and Grundon launch the 2019 recycling and waste management survey

Whether it is dealing with day-to-day waste, including food or paper waste or handling potentially hazardous waste, facilities managers have to work hard to keep on top of their organisation’s waste and recycling requirements as well as ensuring compliance of ...

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ABM UK launches second year of perception change campaign J.E.E.P

Facilities management services provider, ABM UK, has kicked off year two of its  Junior Engineering Engagement Programme (J.E.E.P) following a successful pilot year with three schools in West London. The programme aims to tackle perceptions and provide information about engineering, FM ...

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